Natural medicine provides a new approach to treating peripheral neuropathy, offering improved symptom management and even reversal of nerve damage. Learn more about this revolutionary form of treatment, its benefits, and how it can help people with peripheral neuropathy.
What Causes Peripheral Neuropathy?
Peripheral neuropathy is a common medical condition resulting in pain, numbness, and tingling in the feet or hands caused by nerve damage. It can be caused by illnesses such as:
- Autoimmune Diseases
- Metabolic Conditions
- Toxic Exposure
- Vitamin Deficiencies
- Poor Nutrition
All of the above conditions can lead to decreased blood flow of the tiny capillaries around the nerves, reducing oxygenation and damaging the nerve fibers..
Treatment consists of controlling the underlying cause and managing the pain of neuropathy. But commonly used medications only treat the symptoms, and painkillers only mask the pain.
What is Natural Medicine?
Natural medicine is a new field of healthcare that focuses on repairing, regenerating, and replacing damaged or missing cells and tissues. The goal of natural medicine is to restore or maintain the body’s normal function without relying on surgery or drugs. It utilizes living cells and biomaterials to deliver treatments stimulating the body’s natural healing process.
How Does Natural Medicine Provide Relief for Neuropathy?
In the case of nerve injury, our natural treatment will help reverse the damage and allow the body to rebuild the tissues, giving you the best chance for recovery. Yes, with the right help, your body can heal itself!
Lower Back Pain Symptoms from Peripheral Neuropathy
Almost everybody with peripheral neuropathy of the feet suffers from lower back issues also. Our team will treat both conditions using chiropractic and natural medicine very effectively.
Natural medicine is revolutionizing the way doctors treat peripheral neuropathy. If you are looking for effective long-term relief of peripheral neuropathy in Portland, Oregon, give us a call so we can schedule a consultation with you.
Dr. Daniel Beeson